May/June 2010

Features

Diamonds in the Rough

Remington’s unsung side-by-sides: the Model 1894 & 1900

By: Russ Gould

Driven in the Heartland

Pheasants over the Guns at Heartland Lodge

By: Larry Brown

Down Barnegat Way

A sneakbox hunt for bay brant and ducks

By: John M. Taylor

Westley Richards & Co.

Touring the new factory of Birmingham’s oldest gunmaker

By: Terry Allen

The Running Country

The beauty and grace of prairie sharptail hunting

By: Tom Davis

For the Birds

The art of keeping training birds alive

By: George Hickox

Dog Days of Summer

Planning ahead with great new gear

By: Tom Huggler

Departments

From the Editor

Tell them Shooting Sportsman sent you, and our new Gunroom

By: Ralph P. Stuart

Letters

Distaff duck hunters, Hemingway, sporting clays and retrieving

Game & Gun Gazette

Spring shoots, Richard Beaumont, Dickson’s new O/U & gunning gear

Spring Shoots

Double-gun gatherings

Gamekeeper Range Bag from CSMC

New from CSMC

By: Ed Carroll

LCS Bird Dog Trainer II

An updated version of LCS’s trainer/beeper system

By: Ralph P. Stuart

Shooting

The key to consistency: shooting face first

By: Michael McIntosh

Fine Gunmaking

The enduring, serviceable—and fine—Model 12

By: Steven Dodd Hughes

Sporting Clays

Clay shooting as practical practice for the field

By: Chris Batha

Gun Review

The Verney-Carron Azur Eloge .410: trés gentil

By: Bruce Buck

Guncraft

Perhaps the finest English gunmaker you’ve never heard of

By: Vic Venters

The Major

The art of using old tricks to get new dogs

By: Galen Winter

 

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